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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 6 December 1919

ALIA, LOUISIANA.I DAY. DEC UBER 6 191. r. Marcellus Petefsh, of nia, Ills., was a guest of eT emsin, Prof. D. C. Strickler. week-end. He was on his to join his wife and son who Ye been spending the winter _S Los Angeles, Cal. Little Robert Calhoun, Jr's v . aso glad to know that S eiy well again after an . I 1r . -ev " .,i days. Mrs. D. B. Flemi:ig, of Ferri .day, who was recently operated upon at the Natchez Sanitorium for appendicitis, is rapidly re covering, which is very gratify ing news to her many friends, both in Vidalia and Ferriday. StMrs. R. S. Wilds, of Wilds e;  , was . recent visitor to rit_ hez and Vidalia. Miss Mollie Schiele was the guest of relatives and friends in Natchez, for a few days this week. Mr. Isadore Morris, of Clayton, eapt last Saturday and Sunday , .'iitn friends in Vidalia. '- iss Sarah Boatner visited her _.. d. Miss Lilly Vidal Davis, for ' . " wk days during the week. It will be of interest to the frieads of Mrs. Anni ID. Wor sha n to know that h...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 6 December 1919

to an who ma" be suffreers as he waý. Read it: It "I can honestly say that I ewe life to Peruse. After some of gave me up and told me I could not live another month. Pernsa saved me. Travelling from town to town. throughout the country and having to go into all kinds M e of badly heated stores and build ngas, sometimes standing up for hours at a time while plying my trade as auctioneer, it is only natural that I had colds tre ,queutl i so when this would occr paid .;ttle attention to it, Mr. Samuel McKinley, 2504 E. until last December when I con- 22nd St.. Kansas City. Mo.. Mem tracted a severe o case, which, her of the Society of U. S. Jewelry through neglect on my part Auctioneers. settled on my lungs. ~' he al most too late. I begas doetortag, but, withowt avail, until I heurd Sold Everywhere. eO Perman . It cured mes so I eannot p-aise it too highly." 'r.blct er Liquid Form BURN r • "Iapplod ,1mai ng Oil an my ds k r bwmin d*m evermly on a hot piece dim Th wrwdmi THREE DAYS dmh...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 6 December 1919

1I JOY TOF MOTHERHOOD to this Woman after g Lydia . Pinkham's Vstable Compound to Restore Her Health llens We'h.-" After I was Swas not well fur a long time and a good deal of II the time was not I able to ~go about. Our greatest desire was to have a child in our home and one day my husband came back from town with a bottle of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound sad wanted me to try it, It brought relief from my troubles. I impeved in health so I could do my hosework; we now have a little one, a e' whMh I owe to Lydia E. Pinkham'e Vegeahble Compound."- Mrs. 0. S. Jomsim, R. No. 8, Ellenaburg, Wash. There are women everywhere whe o foe children in their homes yet are dsa this bppianes on acount at mmsas t diaorder which in most - would readly yield dto ,Jdi e. Phabm's Veg le aopol d. Boh women should not give uphsp mait they have given this medicine a trial, and for special advies write Ljrdia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lyi, Mass. The result of 4 years .zieume si at your servoe. Hi...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 6 December 1919

tr V ý J: "'TIM= f xý tit t ··i~ t' y~ ·: r r.: : UST what the airplane is to do for civilization is still more or less guess. work-and one man's guess is as good as another's. But of at least one thing we may be sure: The birdman and the airplane mean the speedy end of the silent places of earth. Today some Utig like a seventh of the earth's surface is still smxplored. Tomorrow -topographical maps at a ma dnal cost will be on sale at the bookstores. LAt season an airplane glided slowly down past El Capitan and Halt Dome and alighted on the door of the Yosemite valley; it rose and sailed awny without difficulty. A ldaring airman swooped dw Into the abyss of the Grand canon of the (olaedo toi Arizona and then soared out over the the without a mishap. A whole fleet of airplanes nw Into the thin air of the Rockies crosbed the 140 toot peaks of the continental divide and did to over the summits of Pikes Peak and Longs i$tk These things were something new under the Im It was believed the...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 20 December 1919

- N lSH E OiFfOnLu Prat ONr U PA1 I O OOI CORDIA TWE Nof LY IDAw.0 AND lAUTE LOUISANA LIIVEN T. DTT ZXXVIII VIDALIA, CONUOKUIA P&AaHlt, LA. SATURIDAY DECEMBER 20 1919 e . . . .. .. .. . .... . -- - e - • : :: : " . _ .. . - - .. . . . . . . . . . . . 1 ~ nl v - A t thr e s p ec i& l d o I .. t J tCHE HOTEIIIm AND CAFE Headquarters for Concor dia people while in Natchez. CAFE and GRILL ROOM open day and night. Both are popular in price. S T. Clark, k., Mr. Automobile Tires We are agets for the Michelin Tires and Tubes, and carry a full stock at all times. The Michelin Is as good a tire as money can buy. It not only cgntstai the very best of rubber and fabric, but so much more of seea of them that it weighs from 12 to 15 per cent heaver than the m average noankid. Pt Our prices on non4kid Michelin Tires sad Michelin Red Rins Shaped .0 . Ts are listed below: Thir Tubes 8 $15 .......... ........... .... 4. 31z4 7i......................... 4. 54 .o 5...... . ................ 5....

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 20 December 1919

CO-OPERATIIdi OF FARMERS SOUGHT ORGANIZED LABOR SEEKS THEIR AID IN RECONSTRUCTION PROGRAM. CLAIM INTERESTS THE SAME Deelaration of Principles Adopted Which Makes Direct Appeal to Conservative Elements of All Classes. Washington.-The American Federa Sties of Labor officials made another Lffort to establish relations with faPm ers' organlisations, the federation's "co opr'ation committee," appointed at the Atlantlc City convention, meeting here Uk representatives of several farm era' groups. While only one delegate from a fwrm organlsation participated in thl DIrst day of the federation's "recoa strction' conference," it was unler steed the invitations sent by the com mittee for another meeting were lrore eordially received. Federation offl elas declined to discuss the confer asOS. saying that the committee would Ike a report of the executive couodl at the ergsnisation. . hn view of the declaration of prin elpies adopted by the conference, it was generally believed in labor quar fre...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 20 December 1919

Socialtic Activities of Employes of the Federal Trade Commision By SENATOR WATSON of Indians. Speech in Congress If my information be correct, the headquarters of the federal trade commission in Chicago during the time they were open were centers of sedition and anarchy from which radiated the most baleful influence. I trust I have mentioned enough to demonstrate that that office was, during all that period, a center of rad icalism, a nesting place for socialists, a spawning Sground for sovietism, and that, while professing to in vestigate business with a view to eradicating its evil features, they constantly plotted for the destruction of the business they were charged to investigate and for the confiscation and collective ownership of all the means for the crea tion and the distribution of wealth. Senators, if socialists and anarchists are recognized in official life, they will not be condemned in private life. If they are fostered and pro. tected by the government, they will flou...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 20 December 1919

he Councordia Sentmiel P qrbishcd Every Saturday. V-!ALIA, LOUISIANA SATURDAY. D ('EM1BER 20. 1919. Y-TERED AT THE POST OFFICE. IDALIA, ',A.. AS SECOND CLASP MAIL MATTER. Th- SfrrIvEL is not responsible fo the views and opinions of correspondents -ppearing in its co{luns. fIFTH D ITKICT I.V.EE I0I ARD. RRu'ar meeting, sceond Wednesdays ;n .nruarp. April, July and October,at Tallulah. La. P L. ROUNTREE. Mgr. and Publisher For Sheriff. The Sentinel is cuthnrized to an nounce that E. P. CAMPI3ELL is a Cnend,date for the office of Sheriff for the Parish of Concordia. La., subject to tbh action of the Democratic party in the coming primary. For Sheriff. The Sentinel is authorized to an no :nce that Ht. P. R ABB is a candidate for the office of Sheriff for the Parish of Concordia, La., subject to the action of the Democratic party in the coming primary. Col. Frank P. Stubbs, candi date for Governor, and Con gressman Riley J. Wilson, and Philip H. Gilbert, will speak in Ferriday Friday Ja...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 20 December 1919

LOUISIANA. Add ALIA By i Srke Shew Du fife re t me to Attraction It wou to cov hours S. Kleinschmidt's few ou gve y( esmflti Actic e lem - use of preasic profes these them w ti t Mfse st derbta seeon In tnsa ti permit odres Ya1 Pr's real p t ag. ttlgs , 9oI Wtos 1aIhy out of prese: ins t! n Workers were we ,ijy entertined mdCe ' t ternoo by ' o r . ye it her residence, vie " The next meet- bank ibMrs. John Dade fine a Smi-th' at Mrs. tab on New Year's pie '1 tools TIM G row. of Wort- In Vorto ViUai .h b gos Its a pret a r bear .E" `` Address Before the Chamber of Commerce of the United States--Seyenth Annual Meeting in St. Louis, April 30th, 1919. By WALLA"Ve D. SIMON, t P oidest SýIion tiardware Company. During the last few days -o of- becam ficers of the Chamber hare asked paper me to presnt at this thetag the less to subject of collecting cheeks at par. lose fr It would of course be much easier still th to cover it if I had two or three Theo hours at my disposal instead of a send...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 20 December 1919

EFi.EFZA bis aCold V - tie Cod. At th. fist CASCARA .QUININ 8RoIbt0 Seendard cold remedy fo toear 2 -in tablet forum-fae. gare, no opiate-breaks up a cold In 24 houra-relieves Ertp n 3 Mone y back if it fole T genuine boa has a Red top with Mr. Hill' picture. At Ar Drug S...e THE "BLUES' Caused by Acid-Stomach mlisea ot people who worry, are deepen a. have spells of mental depresoolon. feel and are often melancholy, believe that trme eeeditlons are due to otsidoe lafluence ener which they have little or no cqntrol. Mealy always, however, they can be traced o as lternal source-aeil-eesaea Nor L. is he wesdered at. Acid-stomach, begin 7l wMt sach well deafned symptoms as tn gg-At ., belching. heartburn, bleat. etc., oM mbt checked, In time afeeot to some oem or other all the vital organe. The omwa Istem become derangerod. Digetlon T!e k blood is impoverished Health 1- gueagtb are undermlnaed The victim of asaldaegmas. although he may not know Me msem of his allments, fees his hope...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 20 December 1919

AITY CALOMEL old Drug ~on Liver Toam," we i South. Smakes you sick, It's ke a dose of the danler and tomorrow you merclryl When it comes with sour bile, it crashes t up. Then is when " I nausea and cramp - . sluggish, If liver Is els constipated or you dizziness, coated r breath Is bad or stomach .'lt try a spoonful of harmless Liver Tone tonight. my guarantee-Go to any teore and get a bottle of Dodson's Tome for a few cents. Take a and if It doesn't straighten you up and make you feel fne and go back to the store and get ,ener. Dodson's Liver Tone is the sale of calomel because set salivate or make you sick-. Restitution. When I went to my cousin Jack's t., home he was playing with another little boy in the yard. They started to quarrel and Jack pulled out some of the other boy's hair, making him try. Jack, who Is only three years sld, looked at the hair in his hand and said: "Don't cry, Joe, here's your bar."--Exchange. W"ALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP" IS CHILD'S LAXATIVE a tonguel Remove p...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 20 December 1919

3e4 EMPTY S TOCKING 1v 1 4i: *S ti e,'lr as ary sruaing hri But out earw splenrcna'rr in ir/wfisw maW a blked, d the mansions of re great, I'AdriaGe ddlUwdreWasaes No call will go unanswered, no not#r a sl cdr y head; tt will //Vainly wait; Aed a e tia hlm urhdy of The Chrisutmas horn will summon r day .emi nw v anre, -de Christma, drum will otll UWvAh ~ deA Wee galu er a, The tide of Joy in magir through o ~n si/Ae &=m. the gwaeuay of each soul. MwC's a- &l* sirbir hag-l Brmewrnone gfuld brighter iriysasawide-Jkiwdear, h. dard of weay days, ntrat mw arit ati s for No ,.inder's hef will Ud#dsr CkisaGr, a. tgpy hAen t 'er ar rwys drerwwayr; / afker; 4 dndo, f rGrd' siWed ase t s Aad xd hint - h *a&k 4 * r se mwea d amrw's cawe-. Si t' 4reh m rrlPVW ua , Dea's ys Al&ik dAat yesw mid afar as-r- dws is Chismar ' edisp wer rio a word a Stas Jr-rrmtl (dAesse. CleaJt r 5- *-I-.t u -E FOR . CHRIST. gIWh qq r ~-L r s , ta 1Mt f be Il -V - -..3mi IUI~~hI A r Christmas Carol "...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 January 1920

!, 4: THE CONCORDIA SEN INEL. .. L BOUN1TSS, Propnsor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PANIUH OF OONCORDIA. TOWN OF VIDALIA. OBHOOL BOARD. AND FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTBICT. tWO DOrLLAR.S mP 1 VOL XXXVIU VIDALIA, CONCORDIA APRISH, LA., SATURDAY JANUARY 10 1920 NO. 51  ° " . . .."" . . . " . . "" . . .. .. . . .. 7 . .. ..7. . . Louisiana Plantation 1A.d Make tiem Rllh Pt leO and Term* Edgar W. Whittemore, St Joseph, La. Can Sell it more quickly than you can sell it vourself, as the ply business he has is Selling Louisiana Plantations as . a i ...... ml. d . , - m. ..... nd . an p e dr.t antio.; ans mr pLSpcams d b"a Is bad «r sa axpaimae i land meIlas.. and is a Va ra alrtr. It dneVs se se, Mba at worite Mi You Can Not De Btte Than Buy Your Men's Furnishi Goods and Hats GRADY'S I Stree in t atches, rlasIppl -- "i iAM ui |M O i I NOmiS VIDALIA BANk & TRUST Co. Hosome Bank at VldstlT, La. Branch Bank at Ferndy,. La. ,iats Your Business ': ff0LE CO LEQE. .- -. .  Ml~k~ ase et NORM aAN ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 January 1920

Backache and Kidneys kind is often mused by tkid disorder, win" means that the kidnes aM not mao and Wie acid accumulate 'RESI within tshe body in great abun donce, over S working the sick kLidney, heace the congestion blood causes mm backsehe in the S V 6 ame mIanne a similar conese tio n nthe head uses headsbce. Repor beosm hvo despodeot, ltk. have ~ Co n latest and moso dectdie meaC o 10 Won to feeling uyto the e is i0to tfor . Idp, the ce Fes"Dr. etre's Sa rd bw meil fr c awpsw and back- Amex a-t I- have ener te For soe the Shes hafe bee me a oniz ON do e Aanue Tabt s Angd I esa work; I= j m m ied to of toh K C. WilsON, 60O N. 8th of re TSna. -"Evf lose I ectii h remedies unt I took trial Ns'his namse Tsits big eotd y pao b be ornea to ~r~ tea yers y rt, I U, (13are trls e sdetain hm sugt. I setea tnt o o many the P. v epsi bmemnd o at@ M i eveor *Ame- M, . iA don agas L~mkThlee sPrts NeeTrivial Obstacle. "ta ts this town ever boasted any ti . glebrities' thro e.h only Chiggervi...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 January 1920

ON I GEORGE AGNEW WCHAMBERLAIN Author of "Home," "Through Stained Glass," "John Bogardus," Etc. (Copyulht, 19. by Bobb-awrutl Co.) WHITE MAN IS SOME PERSONAGE. Aadrea Pellor, handsome daughter of Lord Pellor, impecunious aristocrat. IS eoomed to marry an illiterate but wealthy middle-aged diamond mine owner. She disconsolately wanders from her hotel In South Africa and discovers an avlator about to fly from the beach. Impulsively, of course Imagining that the trip Will be merely a pleasant excursion, and a welcome rellef from thoughts of her loveless marriage, she begs to be taken for a flight, although she does not know him. -He somewhat unwillingly agrees, and they start. When she tesiase her unknown aviator is not going back Andrea in desperation tries to choke him with one of her stockings. He thwarts her and they sail on into the very heart of Africa. CHAPTER II-Continued. -2 The engine mlssed fire-once, twice. Andrea would scarcely have noticed the fact had It not been for Its...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 January 1920

Publlshd Bur*s ltaWEa7. his VIDALIA, LOUISIANA ! SATrIRDAY. JANUARY 10, 190 rl r ai t lTa roST oE a 1I. fIDALIA. LA., AS 5IW CLASP MAIL MATTIB. bel T. SaNYIwU is not responsible fo out .L sia * il a th re ri f eorrepoa tu vat P. IR OUNEY . L Ua s E wi eainib & *, .f f -.. - ir-l. C` 1u S IL r. " a. bas be' b1 o e at s 'e VI MIN Ib if SrI Atla ee Ms Mica oa the of g u edbiai to publi in : L:. e aspeela t aditloe. h , a. Itiw story 1ad D Wt W fp ae Bers of tie Parish lM~4"i*rv of Mar. ,. WaWavsedIIa"wspaeU - yprepresessnti a " # ýseve amC oo**a of ab u1AJis elem ehardat p in vami bsapfait a *1 a ile that.r1 -, -:··.;. . 1 A II c m MSIna i. Mr. Porker's abandonment of his campaign in South Louisiana to go back to North Louisiana is Ti a straw showing how the tide is met running. the The Parker managers and a newspapers only a little while v; back were telling us that so thor- mee ougb had been Mr. Parker's can- foul vass of North Louisiana, and. so extraordinary the enthusiasm ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 January 1920

-FOR YOUR crO'VEtvNC[E M sum W £ArWWS A UAN. @gi "asw9muTI sesRI You MAY o@TMaN SY Paot _eUn DRUGS and SUNDRIES rUn s-., c 01s9T1 NsuEPARWMWsT 10 coN UtCTE BY A O r=lr ADUATE REGISTERED PHARMACIST MoDALIA DRUG COr 3 ow o01nsct feit SAMe war IT I* a, seVEa -u ,LOUtSIANA. Y. Jult I. Sm. -. .ham R D. Mr.. goduts L a. Jr., N 1r do se lst and dthir aare grmestd f n am Sm *d1t o.. er demod lean a Ivb I 1)a cli e gfit owo ofN t l__ Ind -eg auAt.Y so a. .IA m C - b. m .-. w to...} l s s "e I , u. a.- Civ U 'ES . w 1" . o .w:" ' ,, . -m wm am p* s ._" , so 10 hi e em k se ar anM u p ..lb an asw ce P. - r W I I - fj. 4. d ap t&.r wd'- Clet1 a s, a (J Ma nwwhtMa tede8IB re so raeet sesit** *******re b~a ec-nsrcrP.c **** *** In ·.Fyl assear~ LI (3ass itW I Il'ai"" 44JIC 1 r·-- a"~ .~l~·S eesr -'~ age estat *deer le ** j9uaI~t~a Irkr .mn, SIrk. WIb · 7-ir -- a ~~~~n~- -irr-. - 'C I6- r~lr IkC ase see~rP~B1 sees r ageri ti la'rw~ amaW rlea sa mo annae~L1Yr'l~ rs (I : w i as it Mbfm' !l a !/M ...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 January 1920

Overalls and Coveralls tade of Stolees Indigo Cloth are the most atifatorygarments for farm work. The dot and tripe patterns of this saurdy attractive blue fabric positively ill not break in the print. Reimbear it'sW the cloth in your work dothes that gives the wear-so look for this trademark on the back of the celhA iride .ar mnet to dew earrr Smm . We are inkLeLsM&ed doLL otd. A L STlFEL &SOta. ,.,. t w am c . . SLLt . National Preferences. "I don't Like these cold English." *Neither do L I prefer hot ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE lse "Bayer" is on GOmbe ast "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" I a "Bqaer package," contalning prop er sLetes for Headache, Oolds, eLp Neolgia Lambe, san d Rhes mutom. Name "iayer mesas gsenu~l AstpIu preerbed by physIdea for les years. am!eam ten o ad 12 tu s coat few cests. AspirI Is frsde ma t Nd AIpe es -d on -***me 0ame. "fir srd arhemese to espk to -.'*. "fo does mine. And I wish he wntt wnite to mee either." A-I 3N Fa GRAY HAIR. Ltef watar add 1 os. b...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 January 1920

R ?USTRATION J. C) a Proved L L Pinkham's Compound is a for this Trouble. N. Y.--"I was in avery tion for over a year, my nd was gloomy, d see nolight on ything could not ork and could not ve anyone to see Doctor's med ine did not help me d Lydia E. Pink am a Vegetable mpound was re ommended. Itook t an` m now ell ecom d it to adlict -ema e pstration."-Mrs. J. IOak Street, Bingham ma e. of IL PPlnkkm's Compounmade from roots is uamrlled. It may be wit° prfect confidence by women Stfroam nervous prostration, Inflammation, ulcera . periodic pains, back feeling, flatuleny, and diziness. Lydia 's V tablo Compo is the remd y for femle ills. thee are any complications about yoe need advice write in con to Ldia IL Plnkham Medicine iS 6 am. a.. , TdI.l.. -a s OUT PAIN FiRST ROUND rawd fr palo lp- etiever os rheumdl ipel Sai' be ner fails to brida ~t ~ac,"I Clever Management of Braid in Suits 4 J , Draid and buttons have been the ac rastomed decorations for suits for so long a time that we...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Concordia sentinel. — 10 January 1920

~-I--.- SIMPLIFIED ELEVATION SHOVING SEVERAGE SYSTEM AND CESSPOOL BATH ROOM OUTFIT ON f-INCH STACK: SINK AND LAUNDRY TUB ON 2-INCH STACK SHOWING S AIR PRESSURE SYSTEM WITH HOT AND COLD WATER rTCHEN ITH MODERN VATER SYSTM : "" ....RUNNING TO FIXTURES . . . ,:.i"i:':.~::iii .::: ..::ii!:i:  u ,o T ×rS . . . . . IIONfT aQ THE FARMI S Vl. (Prepared by the [nlited Stat.. Depart ment of Agrlcultu.) • lt~E ts Scriptural authority for the statement that bitter waters and steet do not flow from the sate fountain. The same truth applies to wells on the farm. The family that uses a well or spring subject to eomtamtnation Is almost surely destined to taste the dreg of sorrow and suffering ie haIramg drunk its disease-lade output. In ,ggthamp made by the Unitedi States depart at of. agrlcutture indicate that only a small em elty of farm-water suppliescan be classed is al fedly safe an desirable. On the aver - th m eat fear fars wells are located with Sa31 beet a back door of the house a...

Publication Title: Concordia Sentinel, The
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